Michael Jordan is known as one of the most competitive people in the world. Anyone who encountered him learned that Jordan simply had to win.
The US will likely see the return of NASCAR and the PGA before football, basketball, and hockey amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here's why.
NASCAR plans to restart without testing its drivers. Contact sports don't have that option, especially when tests in the US remain hard to come by.
'Pay now': Biden demands US Soccer give its women's national team equal pay or 'go elsewhere for World Cup funding' if he's elected president
Biden urged the team to not "give up this fight," and demand US Soccer "pay now," or "when I'm president, you can go elsewhere for World Cup funding."
The coronavirus pandemic has been dominating headlines for months. Here are 10 major world events that you may have missed out on in the past week.
Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka will take part in a livestreamed 'Mario Tennis' tournament with a $1 million charity prize
Tennis superstars will be paired with celebrities including Seal and Gigi Hadid.
Peyton Manning once trash-talked Tiger Woods so mercilessly on the golf course that Woods used it as motivation to get better and force Manning to change his audibles
Tiger Woods did not take Peyton Manning's trash talk well.
The Los Angeles Lakers' $4.6 million loan was 'outrageous,' Treasury Secretary says as the team returns money meant for small businesses
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said on CNBC Tuesday that he's a big fan of the team, but not of it receiving a loan meant for small businesses.
Kobe Bryant was known as one of the hardest-working athletes and often espoused wisdom about his drive and determination.
NBA legend Michael Jordan owns several multimillion-dollar homes across the US. Take a look inside his impressive real estate portfolio and see which ones are for sale.
Michael Jordan is selling his homes in Utah and Illinois. He also has two homes in North Carolina where his NBA team, the Charlotte Hornets, is based.
ESPN and ABC are filling air time with programs like the NFL Draft, documentaries, and replay games.
The plans could mark a turning point for sports bodies hoping to stage indoor matches around the world.
China is building a $1.7 billion soccer stadium that is shaped like a lotus and will seat 100,000 people amid a pandemic
The development of the massive sporting complex comes at a time when stadiums around the world have halted activities due to the coronavirus spread.
The Raiders' new stadium in Las Vegas is expected to cost $2 billion and has features like an 85-foot torch and retractable natural grass field.
Insiders share how the NFL draft and other live events are adapting to remote production, as the industry scrambles to create compelling virtual experiences for fans
Entertainment and events insiders, from lawyers to studio executives, share the trends emerging from live event shutdowns.
Meet North Korea's most powerful woman, Kim Yo Jong: Kim Jong Un's 30-something sister who could lead the country if something happens to him since his heirs are too young
Kim Yo Jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister, frequently appears side by side with her brother, and plays a key role in his administration.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Andrew Luck's 2012 NFL draft was filled with big-name QBs and teams hit the jackpot in later rounds
Most of the quarterbacks taken early in the 2012 draft never lived up to the hype, but some teams hit the jackpot in later round.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The last 30 QBs taken in the first round of the NFL Draft and how this year's crop compares
Check out what happened to recent quarterbacks drafted in the first round and how Kyler Murray and Co. compare.
The 2020 NFL Draft starts on April 23, with the first round airing Thursday night and the last rounds airing Saturday evening. Here's how to watch.
We tried the Tom Brady alcohol diet challenge and it was surprisingly difficult.
Ticketmaster announces it will offer refunds on postponed events after backlash from angry customers and lawmakers
More than 30,000 events have been cancelled or postponed, the company said, noting that two of its largest organizers are beginning to offer refunds.
The NBA legend's wife first filed a lawsuit in February. Now two other families who lost loved ones in the crash are suing too.
A-Rod and J.Lo: How the MLB superstar and Hollywood power couple makes and spends their millions, including bidding for the New York Mets
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez — who have hundreds of millions of dollars between them — are reportedly interested in purchasing the New York Mets.
A sports startup CEO breaks down how he's retooling his business to avoid layoffs with 'short-term adjustments, not long-term pivots'
Fantasy Life CEO Yasin Abbak is focused on keeping costs down and avoiding business distractions until live sports pick back up again.
Barstool Sports founder switches from gambling to day trading during coronavirus — and he says he's down $647,000
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy loses $647,000 after becoming a day trader to substitute for the lack of sports gambling amid coronavirus.
The new Michael Jordan documentary, 'The Last Dance,' throws down a marker in the GOAT debate. Here's how Muhammad Ali popularized 'the greatest' moniker and how it grew to touch everything in culture.
The basketball debate about the "greatest of all time" is still going strong, but now it's applied to many things beyond basketball or even sports.
The WNBA celebrated Gianna Bryant and her teammates Alyssa Altobelli and Payton Chester with honorary draft picks
Gianna, Payton, and Alyssa were rising stars on Kobe Bryant's Mamba Sports Academy team before they died in a January helicopter crash.
Retired basketball player Michael Jordan, who has a $2.1 billion net worth, didn't become a billionaire until he left the NBA.
Michael Jordan is the richest former pro athlete in the world. Since he retired in 2003, he's continued to build upon a lucrative career.
Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to the NBA championships six times in the 1990s. "The Last Dance," a docuseries about Jordan premieres April 19.
Michael Jordan once turned down a huge endorsement deal because he didn't like the product's name and another one because he was going bald
The rejection was an example of how important it was to Michael Jordan to have an authentic image.
How to watch 'The Last Dance,' ESPN's highly anticipated docuseries on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls
ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary "The Last Dance" will premiere on April 19. Here's how to watch the series through live TV streaming services.
Today's Golden State Warriors Dance Team have done away with swimsuit calendars and pom-poms in favor of representation from all genders and ages.
Esports is getting major attention from the gambling world with live sports suspended, but there are challenges to taking bets on pro video game matches
Esports is one of the only games left in town for gamblers due to the coronavirus, but betting on video games isn't as easy as you might think.
Even media companies that don't rely on sports could be hit hard if football season is delayed. Here are the TV companies most at risk.
Cord cutting could accelerate in the US if the NFL season doesn't kick off in the fall as planned, hindering media-network recoveries, UBS wrote.
How the sports-betting industry is responding to the coronavirus pandemic that has halted most major sporting events
Sports-betting insiders describe cost-cutting and creative efforts to keep their businesses on track, as well as the companies most at risk.
In less than two days since Larson used the slur, he has been suspended from NASCAR, iRacing, and lost most of his main partners.
NASCAR driver Kyle Larson loses majority of main partners after using the N-word during Twitch stream
Kyle Larson has also been suspended indefinitely from NASCAR and suspended without pay by his Chip Ganassi Racing team.
'I wasn't raised that way': NASCAR driver Kyle Larson apologizes for using the N-word during Twitch livestream
"I understand the damage is probably unrepairable, and I own up to that," Larson said. "But I just want to let you all know how sorry I am."
Kyle Larson's race team has also suspended him without pay after the slur, saying "the words that he chose to use are offensive and unacceptable."
"Hey Kyle, you're talking to everyone, bud," a fellow driver responded, amid the yells of "Yikes," "Oh my gosh," and "No way did that just happen."
How sports-betting operators are creating new gambling opportunities as wagering plummets without live sports, according to 4 industry experts
The sports-betting industry has been rocked by the lack of live sports, forcing operators to fill the void with events like Russian table tennis.
A parody Twitter account convinced fans, celebrities, and journalists that Colin Kaepernick was signed by the New York Jets, even though he wasn't
A parody sports-news account falsely tweeted that Colin Kaepernick had been signed by the New York Jets. A lot of people believed it.
Peloton is suspending its live classes after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 and its members urged it to protect worker safety
Peloton says it members will be able to access on-demand classes and any prerecorded content the company plans to upload over the next few weeks.
2 top French doctors said on live TV that coronavirus vaccines should be tested on poor Africans, leaving viewers horrified
Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht carried out the discussion on live French TV, leaving viewers including top African soccer players furious.
The New England Patriots' Boeing 767 private jet just flew 1.2 million N95 face masks from China to Boston. Take a closer look at the team plane.
The New England Patriots purchased two former American Airlines Boeing 767-300ER planes for team use.
Dior is pushing back the launch of its Air Jordan collaboration because of the coronavirus. The 'Air Dior' was rumored to be the most expensive Jordan Brand collection ever.
The collection, which includes the "Air Jordan 1 High OG Dior" and a low-top sneaker, was set to be released globally in April.
A leaked memo reveals that the Kevin Durant-backed sports media startup Overtime just laid off 20% of its staff, and won't give affected employees healthcare or severance unless they sign a confidentiality agreement
Overtime, the digital media startup backed by Andreessen Horowitz and Kevin Durant, has stated its ambition to be the "ESPN for Generation Z."
Steve Kerr explained how Michael Jordan scared all his teammates into being better basketball players
Michael Jordan's intensity and competitiveness drove players like Steve Kerr to step up their games and stop fearing the big moments, Kerr said.
Roger Federer is donating $1 million to help 'vulnerable' families affected by the coronavirus crisis
"We must help families in need quickly and unbureaucratically," star tennis player Roger Federer wrote in his announcement of the gift on Instagram.
Tom Brady hates losing, loves preparation, and is super intense. Stories of broken ping pong paddles and beer-chugging contests illustrate Brady's insane competitiveness.